Our expert says:
You will probably take longer to recover because of the increased stretching of the uterus from the triplets. You should be able to have a spinal, but the anaesthetist would have to assess that at the time of deivery. It does not take much longer to deliver triplets by ceasearean than a simgleton.
Triplets carry many potential complications including preterm labour and anaemia.
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